Argentina and Barcelona star Lionel Messi has declared himself happy after his side beat world champions Spain (4-1) at El Monumental in Buenos Aires.
Diego Maradona has removed his career as Argentina’s soccer coach on Tuesday, when the Argentine country’s soccer or football association decided against renewing his contract because he was not prepared to accept changes to his staff.
One of Diego Maradona’s assistants wants him to stay, and a top Argentine football official said the job is his despite the team’s devastating 4-0 loss against Germany in the World Cup quarterfinals.
FIFA World Cup 2010 (ESPN)- So Argentina finally look like a team. And Diego Maradona finally looks like a coach. If nothing catastrophic happens against Mexico on Sunday, both players and manager will have earned the respect they had been demanding for quite a long time.
FIFA World Cup 2010: Argentina vs Mexico match preview-Revenge will be on Mexico’s minds when they take on Diego Maradona’s side of many talents in Johannesburg on Sunday.